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A Day in the Death of Joe Egg - Act 2 Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Bri warns Sheila not to get Joe. He says Joe has been constipated all night, and she had a grand mal seizure earlier. Realizing Joe's life was a cycle of pain followed by seizures, he smothered her with a pillow. He told Joe's nurse he considered the two of them accomplices. The nurse revealed she was an inspector in Scotland Yard. By the story's end, Sheila, Freddie, and Pam know Bri is not telling the truth. Bri asks Sheila if she was relieved when she believed Joe was dead. Angry, Sheila says she was only appalled. Freddie and Pam are also appalled, but they each interpret Bri's actions differently. Freddie believes Joe's life should be improved, not ended. Pam believes the state should end Joe's life. She tells the audience she cannot bear the sight off anyone who is “Non Physically Attractive (NPA...

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